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  • December 8If you are interested in track and field, join us at a meeting on Tues 12/12 in the Wilson gym @ lunch time
  • December 8AG Fact Friday: Some reindeer have red vessels in their noses, which turns their nose red like Rudolph the red-nosed reindeer!
  • December 8Saints band will be holding their first concert of the year today @6:30pm at Ethel Pope! Tickets are $5 each
  • December 8Go buy food and other cool things at the Winter fair today!
  • December 5Come to the last FBLA meeting of the year Dec. 7 @ lunch in Room 230
  • December 5The December theme at the Wellness Center is "Coping Skills." Join us during lunch for the workshop on Wednesday 12/6
  • December 4Congrats to Saints boys varsity basketball team for their win over PV on Saturday 80-50
  • December 4Interested in swimming? Join girls and boys swimming during lunch on 12/6 in room 134. No experience necessary!
  • December 4Las Comadres y Compadres Club will be hosting a sock drive in the following drop off locations: room 230, room 232, admin front office, and admin east wing
  • December 4Attention Migrant Education Program students: Want to learn how to communicate with confidence? Join us during lunch12/5 room 202

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Araceli Mendoza-Rivera

Araceli Mendoza-Rivera, Contributor

My name is Araceli Mendoza-Rivera, I am a Contributor to this site and a student in Journalism here in SMHS.

I am a Freshman here at SMHS. I will try my best to get this website more and more known here at SMHS.

I personally like to dance just for fun and to get my body moving when I don't want to. I also love to paint when I have some free time. My favorite color is yellow :) and I also like to listen to K-pop right now. My ULT group is TXT.

I have two parakeets and their names are Kandy and Bananas. Kandy is a light blue color and Bananas is a yellow bird, hence the name, "Bananas." I live at home with my siblings and parents and we take COVID seriously. We all try to restrict going out most of the time. I hope that COVID will soon end and everything would go back to "normal," but for now we have to enjoy what we have right now.


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